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Here is our learner profile for what a Year 3 child will be able to do by the end of the year.
Year 3 news..
We have had the best day! When the children arrived they had to make their own beds and unpack. For lunch we had soup and sandwiches, and a fruit platter for afters. After this, we spent some time on the adventure course – this was amazing – so much fun and a great challenge. We were exhausted so we had a little break, squash and a biscuit before continuing the fun. Half of us went to a pottery class, the rest of had a swap to cross! We’ve just had our tea, spaghetti bolognese and garlic bread, followed by syrup sponge and custard!
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We had so much fun learning about the different layers that make up the crust of the Earth! The children learned about bedrock, subsoil, top soil and humus and we used a different treat to represent each layer.
In science, we’ve been learning to observe closely and how to classify rocks and minerals. This knowledge has been so handy in all of our learning this term, where we’ve been studying books like ‘the pebble in my pocket’ and ‘the street beneath my feet’ in English, and learning about the Stone Age in History.
We finished the term in style today with a beautiful church service for Holy Week, a lovely attendance assembly and, to top it all off, our annual St. Pat’s Got Talent spectacular! Children in each class from Nursery to Year 6 have been auditioning in their classes and practising hard to make through to the finals. The standard was so high again; the talent in this school is truly incredible! We had singing, dancing, piano playing, comedy and even magic!
In the end, Thomas and Alfie from Year 1, and Viyan from Year 6 were this year’s St. Pat’s Got Talent winners with their superb performances, but all the performers were outstanding. It was great to see so many parents there to support the children too, as always.
Well done, everyone and have a lovely Easter. Meanwhile, take a look at some of the photos and videos below!
Reception: Reception Performance
Thomas and Alfie (Year 1) Year 1 Singing
Anthony, Kamal, Ismail and Byron (Year 1) Year 1 Dance
Abbas, Dahir and Muiz (Year 2) Year 2 Group
Charlie (Year 2) Year 2 Singing
Amber and Amanda (Year 3) Year 3 Singing
Joseph, Tyler and John (Year 3) Year 3 Magic
Giddeon and Adam (Year 4) Year 4 Comedy
Lillianna and Maysie (Year 4) Year 4 Dance
Year 5 rock band (Year 5) Year 5 Rock
Kerin and Daisy (Year 5) Year 5 Dance
Viyan (Year 6) Year 6 Piano
21 Pilots (Year 6) Year 6 Rap
Kieran and Hawi (Year 6) Year 6 Singing
9 responses to “St. Pat’s Got Talent 2018”
Today, Year 3 have been investigating the properties of 3D shapes. We decided to create our own 3D shapes using cocktail sticks for the edges and sweets for the vertices. We knew how many edges and vertices each shape had, so, for example, if we had 5 sweets (vertices) and 8 sticks (edges), we knew we could make a square based pyramid! Take a look!0 Comments
We had such a wonderful afternoon learning about the Neolithic era and the building of Stonehenge. The children learned about the advent of agriculture, before finding out about this incredible monument and why it may have been built.
The children loved doing a fact hunt before building their own miniature Stonehenges using playdoh. They had to use different colours for the HUGE Sarson stones and the beautiful blue stones.
Today, we investigated different soils to try and work out what they were made of and if they were all the same. Some of us thought it came from the garden centre, others thought it was made from sand. By the end of the lessons, are findings told us that soils are all different and are made from lots of different parts…. we found decaying plants, rocks, sand and even a bone! Finally, we tested the pH of the different soils and found that some soils are more acid, while others are more alkali.0 Comments
I must say, these children make me so proud, without fail, every time I take them out. Their behaviour and manners are impeccable. It was great to see you learning and exploring classification and adaptations too! Thank you Year 3 and Year 4. Mrs Davies0 Comments
We we had a fabulous time listening to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra this afternoon. So many of our children told me how ‘lucky’ they felt on the way home. What a privilege!0 Comments
This morning, Years 3 and 4 went to Liverpool Hope University to take on some special maths challenges. The trainee teachers at Hope had planned a range of outdoor maths trails to test our maths skills! The children proved to be great problem solvers and we loved the maths trails! Well done, everyone!0 Comments